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Company Agrees to Fines in Utah Pesticide Deaths

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A pest control company and seven employees have agreed to pay $46,800 in fines to settle administrative charges brought by the Utah Division of Plant Industry in connection with the February poisoning deaths of two Utah girls.

| August 25, 2010

A pest control company and seven employees have agreed to pay $46,800 in fines to settle administrative charges brought by the Utah Division of Plant Industry in connection with the February poisoning deaths of two Utah girls.

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Source: St. Lake Tribune

 

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